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  • épéeist — āə̇st noun ( s) Etymology: French épéiste, from épée + iste ist : one that uses an épée * * * /ay pay ist, ep ay /, n. a person who fences with an épée. [1905 10; < F épéiste. See ÉPÉE, IST] * * * épéeist noun • • • …   Useful english dictionary

  • épéeist — noun Date: 1910 one who fences with an épée …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • épéeist — /ay pay ist, ep ay /, n. a person who fences with an épée. [1905 10; < F épéiste. See ÉPÉE, IST] * * * …   Universalium

  • épéeist — noun A fencer who competes with an épée sword …   Wiktionary

  • epeeist — noun Somebody who fences with an epee …   Wiktionary

  • epeeist — n. fencer, one who engages in the sport of fencing …   English contemporary dictionary

  • épéeist — épée·ist …   English syllables

  • épéeist — /ˈɛpeɪəst/ (say epayuhst), /ˈeɪ / (say ay ) noun someone who uses an épée …  

  • List of fencers — Fencers coaches of the Olympic era= ;Austria* Siegfried Flesch, Austrian saber fencer Olympic bronze medalist* Otto Herschmann, Austrian fencer (saber); one of only a few athletes to have won Olympic medals in different sports; won silver medal… …   Wikipedia

  • epee — or épée [ā pā′] n. [Fr épée < OFr espee < L spatha, broad, two edged sword without a point < Gr spathē, any broad blade: see SPADE1] a sword, esp. a thin, pointed sword without a cutting edge, like a foil but heavier and more rigid, used …   English World dictionary

  • Fencing — This article is about the sport, which is distinguished from stage fencing, academic fencing (mensur), historical fencing, SCA fencing, and swordsmanship. For the boundary structure, see Fence. For other uses, see Fencing (disambiguation).… …   Wikipedia

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